A nice story about the Unipower GT has been published on a new motoring site, Below the Radar. Adapted from an earlier article by respected motoring journalist and photographer Richard Dredge, it tells the tale of the car’s inception, design, manufacture and production demise. The story is illuminated by quotes from designers Ernie Unger and Val Dare-Bryan and by a lot of new professional photography. Below the Radar showcases unusual and niche vehicles beyond the motoring mainstream and is worth a longer look.
The postponements continue. Sadly, the date of the January Bicester Scramble! at which a Unipower GT was scheduled to appear will now take place on 25 April . We all hope that the event will actually happen. Fingers crossed.
There’s been some discussion about how this site should develop from its current format. It would be great to hear your views. This site was originally conceived as a means to fill the gaping Unipower GT shaped hole on the interweb when we started again in 2016/7 to actively publicise the marque. At that time, the only dedicated online point of reference was owner Rui Sanhudo’s site. Other material was available on Jeroen Booji’s excellent Maximum Mini blog (search on Unipower GT). Since then there has been much material published online (see our Links page), including lots and lots of discussion on Facebook.
So, what would you like to see here? Please contact us at info@UnipowerGT.org.uk and let us know. Meanwhile, we’ll continue to display topical photos of the cars which we hope you’ll find interesting.
We’re rather proud that the Unipower GT was an invited exhibit at the 2020 London Concours so we’re leaving this post up as well. You can see write ups and photography of the event on Maximum Mini, Take to the Road and Veloce Today.
Got a Unipower GT story or want to tell us about features that you want to appear here? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please come back from time to time.